CMIA’s MAGIC to host One Day Workshop on Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) in association with National Research Development Corporation (NRDC) and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (Dr. BAMU) on 31st August 2019, at Dr. BAMU Campus.
CMIA’s Marathwada Accelerator for Growth and Incubation Council (MAGIC) is organizing One Day Workshop on ‘Intellectual Property Rights’ (IPR) in association with National Research Development Corporation (NRDC) and Dr. Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University (Dr. BAMU) at Aurangabad on 31st August 2019, at 9:30 am to 4:30 pm in CFART Auditorium, Opp. Bajaj Incubation Center, Dr. BAMU Campus. As part of Marathwada Innovation Challenge 2019 initiated by MAGIC, a series of workshops and mentoring sessions are organised for the benefits of the registered applicants.
Objectives of the workshop
• To create awareness on Intellectual Property Rights and Patents.
• To develop Academic and Industrial research perspective.
• To protect and explore IPRs.
• To improve the IP in the Marathwada region, Maharashtra state.
• To impart Hands-on training on Patent search technique and Patent specification drafting.
One Day IPR Workshop will be facilitated by IP Experts and Faculties from National Research Development Corporation (NRDC), New Delhi. NRDC was established in 1953 by the Government of India, with the primary objective to promote, develop and commercialise the technologies / know-how / inventions / patents / processes emanating from various national R&D institutions / Universities. During the past six decade of its existence and in pursuance of its corporate goals, NRDC has forged strong links with the Scientific and Industrial community in India and abroad and has developed a wide network of Research Institutions, Academia and Industry and made formal arrangements with them for the commercialisation of know-how developed in their laboratories and is now recognised as a large repository of wide range of technologies spread over almost all areas of Industries, viz. Agriculture and Agro-processing, Chemicals including Pesticides, Drugs and Pharmaceuticals, Bio Technology, Metallurgy, Electronics and Instrumentation, Building Materials, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics etc. It has licensed the indigenous technology to more than 4800 Entrepreneurs and helped to establish a large number of small and medium scale industries.
The session will be conducted on the following topics: Introduction to Innovation, Technology Transfer and Commercialization by Mr. Saket Hardikar, Intellectual Property Rights: Basics and its importance by Mr. S. R. Pund, Patent Filing Procedure and Prosecution in India by Dr. Sanjeeva Majumdar, Identifying patentable subject matter in R&D: Excluding non patentable subject matter by Mr. Pankaj Borkar, IP Management by Mr. Kumar Gaurav Ojha, Steps to transform an Innovation Challenge project into an Entrepreneurial venture by Mr. Dipan Sahu and Practical Session on How to conduct a Patent Search? by Ms. Fatema Motiwala.
IPR Workshop is open to Startups, SME’s, Students, Faculties and Research Scholars limited to 150 participants on first come first serve basis. No registration fee, prior registration required.
Participants should register online on https://forms.gle/8pqgysuA1Wc8yRwr6
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